A towering sculpture trail for Spring 2024
Welcome to Cambridge Standing Tall.
After the success of Cows about Cambridge in 2021, Break, together with delivery partners Wild in Art are bringing a brand-new sculpture trail to the streets of Cambridge.
We know it will be a tall order to top the last trail, but we’re sure these 32 giraffes will capture the imagination of the hundreds and thousands of Cambridge residents and visitors who we expect to journey across the trail next year.
The trail won’t just be encouraging you to look up at the spectacular art on offer, but all proceeds will support Break, a charity working in Cambridge and Cambridgeshire to raise the aspirations of the county’s young care leavers. We hope as you gaze up at the giraffes in Spring 2024 you see them as we do: a representation of Break, standing tall for young people with care experience and telling them that the sky is never the limit.
This trail will be made possible by the community of organisations, businesses, individuals, schools and artists. If you’d like to be a part of making this trail happen, then get in touch.
Browse through the website to find more about the trail, if you’d like to be the first in the know, don’t forget to sign up to our newsletter, 'The Telegiraffe'.
Xaar announced as supporter of Cambridge Standing Tall volunteer ‘Trail Rangers’!
03 Nov 2023
We’re delighted to announce Xaar plc, leading inkjet printing technology Group, as the supporter of the trail’s volunteer programme which will see a dedicated group of volunteer Trail Rangers help look after our gentle giants
Giraffe designs chosen at sponsor’s art event
06 Jul 2023
Businesses and organisations from across Cambridgeshire came together at the Hilton for the exclusive art event to choose their design for their very own giraffe sculpture and see the unveiling of a fantastic new giraffe, Jiggles and Iggles!
Our sponsors stand tall on World Giraffe Day!
28 Jun 2023
We celebrated our herd of amazing sponsors this World Giraffe Day with an afternoon of networking alongside three of the giraffe sculptures,